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Old 07-12-2009, 02:50 PM   #1
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Anybody? F1 light on 06 GSXR 600

Light just came on, and not sure what it could be. I installed a two brothers exhuast about 5o miles ago, would that trip the sensor?
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Old 07-12-2009, 02:59 PM   #2
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yep sure would, do you still have the little butterfly valve in the mid pipe ? o2 sensors will throw codes as well.
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yeah, I gave the midpipe away, so I don't have that. Do you know how to reset it by chance, homie?
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while the bike is running and the light is flashing, pull the code. if you get c46, then its the SET valve. if so, i suggest pulling it off the bike and pulling the pin from the ECU because its just going to be an annoying problem down the road
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yeah, I gave the midpipe away, so I don't have that. Do you know how to reset it by chance, homie?
Motorcycles Unlimited did my full exhaust so i have no idea.
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all you have to do to reset it is turn the key off and on. if the light is still on, then the problem is still there.
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did you go with the full system for the 08 or did you get an 06/07 header and go with the exhausts for those years
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mine came on once. I disconnected the battery. It went off, and never came on agian.
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did you go with the full system for the 08 or did you get an 06/07 header and go with the exhausts for those years
I just got the slip on for 06
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There are several threads about this, do some homework and search it out. It is common on the 06/07 600s & 750s! I think we all have had it occour at some point. GL
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if the bike is still running normal, i can almost guarantee that its the SET valve.

only difference from the how to below is that i would pull the pin from the ECU instead of cutting the wire. it only adds like 30 seconds

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all you have to do to reset it is turn the key off and on. if the light is still on, then the problem is still there.
just went back out there, and started and the light went off. Thanks, was kinda worried for a bit
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did you go with the full system for the 08 or did you get an 06/07 header and go with the exhausts for those years
full yosh trc system for the 08
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just went back out there, and started and the light went off. Thanks, was kinda worried for a bit
give it a few days, if the SET valve is out of adjustment a few mm it will come back on
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Motorcycles Unlimited did my full exhaust so i have no idea.
yeah Motorcycles Unlimited did my slip-on and dat light came on like the next day. it doesnt really bother me its been there for almost 7 or 8 months haha
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Just remove the SET valve...It's pretty easy to do.
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Follow these instructions to disable the suzuki set, Starting at "Necessary Wiring Changes" My friends 06 did the same thing after he installed his exhaust...Problem solved now.

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